100K people told to evacuate as Bali volcano erupts

As many as 100,000 villagers and tens of thousands of tourists are stranded on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali as the international airport was closed by the ash and smoke.
0:54 | 11/27/17

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Transcript for 100K people told to evacuate as Bali volcano erupts
George now to that volcano eruption sparking a mass evacuation in Bali. 100,000 people there have been told to leave as the Indonesian disaster raises alerts to the highest 4re68 and Ian Pannell has been tracking all of the latest. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning. The clock is ticking after the rumblings of it has left as many as tens of thousands of tourists stranded. The danger of mt. Agung is rapidly growing. Bali's international airport completely shut down by the towering column of ash and smoke with nearly 500 flights already canceled and over 40,000 visitors still trapped. Tourists are trying to get out by land, air or even sea. Some resorting to taking a ferry to the nearby island of java for an outbound flight. Thank you so much. Now to what's being called the super bowl of shopping,

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